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Aramis' Odyssey: Dog rides in the police car - that's how he came home

2021-03-27T08:04:41.191Z

Aramis has a mind of its own. But that's exactly why his family loves him. Now the male's thick head almost became doomed. While going for a walk he was suddenly gone. But there was a happy ending - thanks to a helpful family and the Germeringer police.



Aramis has a mind of its own.

But that's exactly why his family loves him.

Now the male's thick head almost became doomed.

While going for a walk he was suddenly gone.

But there was a happy ending - thanks to a helpful family and the Germeringer police.

Biburg / Warngau

- Aramis' adventure begins on Sunday morning.

The Maremmano male roams the hills near the Allingen district of Germannsberg with his master Albert Menge.

Before that, they were with a relative in Biburg.

The duo from Warngau (Miesbach district) does not know the area.

Apparently one more reason for Aramis to explore the same on their own.

He set off and suddenly disappeared without a trace.

Albert Menge spent hours looking for his dog, patrolling between Alling, Biburg and Germannsberg.

“I was really desperate,” says the master carpenter.

Because Aramis is a real member of the Menges family.

Aramis' Odyssey: Master looks for four-legged friends for hours - dog rides in the police car

The desperate search does not go unnoticed.

A resident on Germannsberg asks the 54-year-old whether he is looking for something.

“Yes, a big white dog,” replies crowd.

The local resident has good news.

His family had taken the dog, who was apparently looking for food, into their home - and then handed him over to the Germeringer police.

She came with two “intrepid colleagues”, as the press report says.

The law enforcement officers didn't need much courage.

Aramis let himself be taken into custody without resistance and got into the car with the officers.

Aramis' Odyssey: Dog rides in the police car - officers take him to the Germering veterinary clinic

But where should Aramis go?

The animal welfare organization Pfotenhelfer from Puchheim, where the police usually drop off their found dogs, has no free kennel.

So Aramis first goes to the police station - for "first aid".

“We always have a supply of treats there,” says the deputy head of inspection, Andreas Ruch.

It happens again and again that found animals have to be kept happy.

Even so, Aramis cannot stay on the inspection; the officers take him to the nearby veterinary clinic.

The resident of Germannsberg then finds out by calling the police.

He even accompanies Albert Menge to the animal hospital.

Aramis is already waiting there.

At the moment of their reunion there is nothing left of their stubbornness.

“He was really happy and rushed towards me,” says Albert Menge.

The two will probably not forget their involuntary adventure on Germannsberg anytime soon.

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